Stuttgart fans trolled RB Leipzig supporters with a savage banner that many of them would have had no idea was even there.
Die Roten drew their opening match of the season against Domenico Tedesco's men after Naouirou Ahamada equalised soon after Christopher Nkunku's early opener. It is a decent start for a side that is expected to struggle this year in the Bundesliga.
But while fans might have reason to be pessimistic this season, they can rest easy knowing they absolutely rinsed the Leipzig faithful. With many of them sat atop their foes in the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, they draped a banner over the top of them.
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It read: "Ein block voller traditionloser b*******." That translates to: "A block of b****** with no tradition."
The RB Leipzig fans underneath were known the wiser as they watched on – with little sense of what was going on. Supporters across the Bundesliga have often derided the Red Bull Arena outfit as a result of their short history.
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The club was only founded in 2009, starting out in the NOFV-Oberliga which they won in their first season. In eight years, they were in the top division – much to the anger of those already in the league.
It is the common belief among many fans in the division that RB Leipzig have bought their way to the top – a tradition not often thought of in the Bundesliga. All clubs have a degree of fan ownership – the 50+1 rule – which means that the supporters always retain the majority of their own voting rights.
Meanwhile, RB Leipzig have just brought back Timo Werner after a two-year stint at Chelsea for £25million. They have also beaten Manchester United to the signing of Benjamin Sesko, who will join from RB Salzburg in 2023.
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